Sundance Film Festival 2022: FilmBook returns to annual Independent Film Festival


FilmBook returns to the Sundance Film Festival

After an absence, MovieBook returns to the Sundance Film Festival and participates in the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. 44th edition festival is a virtual event this year, but nevertheless, we will bring you coverage i.e. film reviews from the festival.

As with any film festival, we won’t be able to see and cover every film screened (a nigh-impossible feat), but we will see and re-watch many of them. These films include: Leonor will never die, Marte Um (Mar One), Cathedral, A love song, 892, Cha Cha real smooth, Master, Observer, Alice, Double, Nanny, Palm trees and power linesand many more.

On the Sundance Film Festival:


[Sundance Film Festival] is the largest independent film festival in the United States, with over 46,660 attendees in 2016. It takes place every January in Park City, Utah; Salt Lake City, Utah; and at the Sundance Resort (a ski resort near Provo, Utah), and serves as a showcase for new work by American and international independent filmmakers. The festival includes competitive sections for American and international drama and documentary films, features and shorts, and a group of out-of-competition sections, including NEXT, New Frontier, Spotlight, Midnight, Sundance Kids, From the Collection, Premieres and Premieres of documentaries.

This year, the Sundance Film Festival runs from January 20-30, 2022. You can expect to read our news today and in the coming week on Twitter here: @filmbookdotcomjust the film review Tweet film festival alerts here: @fbmoviereviewsand check out the images from the festival on Pinterest here: @filmbook and on Instagram here: @filmbook.

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